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Patrick G. McCawUniversity College Cork, Cork, Ireland

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Continuous-flow generation of α-diazosulfoxides results in a two- to three-fold increase in yields and decreased reaction times compared to standard batch synthesis methods. These high yielding reactions are enabled by flowing through a bed of polystyrene-supported base (PS-DBU or PS-NMe2) with highly controlled residence times. This engineered solution allows the α-diazosulfoxides to be rapidly synthesized while limiting exposure of the products to basic reaction conditions, which have been found to cause rapid decomposition. In addition to improved yields, this work has the added advantage of ease of processing, increased safety profile, and scale-up potential.

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Journal of Flow Chemistry
Language English
Size A4
Year of
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2011
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1
Issues
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4
Founder Áramlásos Kémiai Tudományos Társaság
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ISSN 2062-249X (Print)
ISSN 2063-0212 (Online)

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